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't have a gun and are shooting at me, right? >> okay, holly. let's switch gears and talk about jodi arias. this trial. domestic violence expert took the stand and testified that jodi arias was abused and sufficiented from post traumatic stress syndrome. the prosecutor ripped into the diagnosis and said the expert made mistakes. which side do you think scored more legal points this week? >> well, we had two different experts. we started with dr. richard samuels. frankly the prosecution annihilated him. he didn't stand up well on cross-examination. he seemed like he was more personally vested in the outcome of the case than he should have been. as an expert you want somebody to say, these are the facts, the circumstances, this is my diagnosis. the prosecutor juan martinez managed to get dr. samuels all twisted up, turned around and intimated, hey, you liked jodi a little too much. the second expert we saw take the stand, dr. alice laviolet focused a lot on the domestic violence areas and not necessarily on jodi's mental state so much. we have only seen her on direct. she's done an outstandi
in the jodi arias trial. is juan martinez' fame affecting the case. and how much is it costing taxpayers? we'll tackle that next. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> bob: jodi arias trial row assumed on tuesday, i didn't want to do the story. it's been dragging on for three months and costing taxpayers $1.4 million because arias is represented by court appointed attorneys. juan martinez has been posing for fans outside the courthouse. >> there has been video online of mr. martinez outside the courtroom signing autographs and posing for pictures. this misconduct have been seen by jurors. >> you characterize something that happens outside of court such as taking photographs is not misconduct. >> bob: let me ask you, what is wrong wrong television in courts, they become celebrities. >> andrea: and it's so boring. the presidential event. pool changes every day. maybe that should be done in courtrooms because i can't watch another moment of that. it's driving me crazy. she is giving due process a really bad name. has this been going on for five years? i feel we've done this show for two years. >> bob: it's been six m
experience and somebody should pay for that. >> you have a lot on your plate with jodi arias and oscar pistorius, but we always turn to you. thank you. >> thank you so much. >>> for full coverage of the michael jackson trial watch, we have jane velez-mitchell. >>> and then this was quite the busy week in the court. >> here is your crime in 60 seconds. >> south african track star will be allowed to travel overseas while out on bail for murder charges. a judge modified his bail restrictions this week. the sprinter can also return to his home where police say he killed his girlfriend, reeva. and then holmes said he would plead guilty in exchange for avoiding the death penalty. two teenagers accused of shooting a baby in the head have been indicted by a grand jury. the two are both being charged as adults. they will not face the death penalty. and amanda knox says she will fight to prove her innocence after the supreme court ordered a retrial. she sent two years in preuz 81 for killing her roommate but an appellate court overturned the conviction in 2011, and that's crime in 60. >>> are yo
're going to be following this trial, you have a lot on your plate with oscar pistorius and jodi arias, thank you so much, jane velez-mitchell. >> thank you so much. >> this will be an interesting trial to watch not only because of what the lawsuit is about but two of the three kids will take the stand. >> and there's going to be the emotion as jane said dr. conrad murray went then to talk to one of the children and imagined being in that home, at that point maybe not knowing what was happening but having to relive that on the stand. the other thing, the estimates are that katherine jackson and the kids could get up to $40 billion. >> big money. >> when you think about, one, katherine jackson is going to be fine. the jackson generation we grew up with are going to be fine. generations of jacksons are going to be fine. maybe this is as jane said not so much about the money but holding someone accountable. she lost a child so we'll see. >>> for full coverage of the michael jackson trial watch our sister network hln weeknights, jane covers the trials like no one else, 7:00 eastern. >>> an
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